adam warburton

Adam Warburton is a dancer, choreographer and performance maker that uses his background in street dance and his interests in somatics, his Burmese heritage, vocalisation and lighting to create interesting performance works that engage with audiences in different ways. He enjoys working with ideas about identity, connection and blurring the boundary that exists in dance between the audience and the performer.

 

We speak about his upcoming piece “Our House” (with Paulina Bocian and Sean Cheng) commissioned for The Big Bounce happening this saturday night 29th of April 2017 at 6pm at PACT. we also touch on:

 

 

 

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Courtney Scheu (part 1)

Courtney Scheu is committed to developing her practice and creating work in Brisbane, contributing to conversations of dance and the overall cultural landscape of the city. We caught up in Canberra and spoke about:

 

  • lo / this change of heart – her work at supercell
  • working in a team
  • papaya
  • an overarching logic
  • the feeling of dancing in israel

 

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Jana Perković (part 2)

Jana Perković focuses on the intersection between urban policy and arts, immersive design and performance practice, and geographical theories.

Jana also runs a podcast called AudioStage, so we are podcasting about podcasting around art, dance, choreography and questions.

we also cover:

  • disrupting expected conversation, staying with the landmines
  • discomfort
  • capitalism
  • social blindness
  • working out the better question
  • perpetuation due to convenience
  • teaching as method of thinking
  • sunscreen
  • neomania
  • the skill of a conversation

 

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Jana Perković (part 1)

Jana Perković focuses on the intersection between urban policy and arts, immersive design and performance practice, and geographical theories.

Jana also runs a podcast called AudioStage, so we are podcasting about podcasting around art, dance, choreography and questions.

 

we also cover:

  • shame
  • guilt
  • violence
  • social blindness
  • making the moment strange
  • southpark
  • to show duty of care and also to teach

 

 

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Simone Truong (part 2)

Simone Truong has Chinese-Vietnamese origins and was born in 1983 in Solothurn, Switzerland. We met on the Gold Coast during her workshop for BareBones Dance at The Farm and before her show “To Come See” opened at SuperCell Dance Festival.

we talk about:

  • community
  • choosing to be poor
  • sharing your daily life
  • class immobility
  • art as preparation
  • luck
  • feeling far away (in Australia)
  • borders with-in china
  • #china #border #map #time

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Simone Truong (part 1)

Simone Truong has Chinese-Vietnamese origins and was born in 1983 in Solothurn, Switzerland. We met on the Gold Coast during her workshop for BareBones Dance at The Farm and before her show “To Come See” opened at SuperCell Dance Festival.

 

we talk about:

  • everything being already there
  • to come see
  • authorship
  • erotisicm
  • dodging winter
  • contradiction
  • being an immigrant
  • searching with friends
  • shared experience
  • creating emptiness/how to bear emptiness
  • the mind inventing the difference it needs

 

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Máté Mészáros

“practise doesn’t mean you need two hours presentation before you do a jump” – MATE MESZAROS

Máté Mészáros is a Hungarian born dancer and choreographer. We caught up after a class he led for Bare Bones dance festival at The Farm on The Gold Coast during SuperCell Festival. we cover:

  • making
  • patterns in life
  • personifying objects
  • negotiating impact
  • dancing with others
  • personality
  • speed and reaction and adrenalin and necessity
  • movements that are provoking a result in your body
  • lucky or stubborn
  • adaptability being a double edged sword
  • the self
  • the show is good if the audience takes it with them when they leave
  • “creating something that will live without me” – Máté Mészáros

 

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